LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY – October 14: Factory staff and UAW union associates variety a picket line outside the Ford Motor Co. Kentucky Truck Plant in the early morning hours on October 14, 2023 in Louisville, Kentucky. UAW leadership declared that the Kentucky Truck Plant would be the most current automotive production facility to be a part of the nationwide strike. (Image by Michael Swensen/Getty Illustrations or photos)
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The United Auto Staff (UAW) laborers at Ford’s Louisville assembly and Kentucky truck crops have voted against a proposed 4-and-a-50 % 12 months agreement, whilst the qualified trades workers voted in favor of the deal, the union’s community unit mentioned on Facebook.
The UAW Nearby 862 union mentioned that 55% of the output staff voted versus ratifying the deal. Having said that, 69% of the expert trades staff forged votes in favor of the agreement.
The union did not disclose the overall percentage of the votes in favor of the deal, or the full amount of votes cast.
The union and Ford did not instantly answer to Reuters’ requests for remark
On Friday, UAW union associates at Common Motors’ Flint assembly plant in Michigan narrowly voted from the proposed contract with the U.S. automaker.